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a of thousands of miles It was certain that the one that had just swept past was on a very extensive scale. It was evident he could no longer remain by his kraal. His horses, and cattle, and sheep, could not live without food and should these perish, upon what were he and his family to subsist He acure brightening face mask must leave the kraal. He must go in search of pasture, without loss of time, at once. Already the animals, shut up beyond their usual hour, were uttering their varied cries, impatient to be let out. They would soon hunger and it was hard to say when food could be procured for them. There was no time to be lost. Every hour was of great importance, even minutes must not be wasted in dubious hesitation. The field cornet spent but a few minutes in consideration. Whether should he mount one of his best horses, and ride off alone in search of pasture or whether would it not be better to inspann his wagon, and take everything along with him at once He soon decided in favour of the latter course. In any case he would have been compelled to move from his present location, to leave the kraal altogether. He might as well take everything at once. Should he go out alone, it might cost him a long time to find grass and water for both would be necessary and, meantime, his stock would be suffering. These and other considerations decided him at once to inspann and trek away, with his wagon, his horses, his cattle, his sheep, military face mask his household gods, and his whole family circle. Inspann and trek was the command and Swartboy, who was proud of the reputation he had earned as a wagon driver, was now seen waving his bamboo whip like a great fishing rod. Inspann and trek echoed Swartboy, tying upon his twenty feet lash a new cracker, which he had twisted out of the skin of the hartebeest antelope. Inspann and trek he repeated, making his vast whip crack like a pistol yes, baas, I ll inspann and, having satisfied himself that his voorslag was properly adjusted, Swartboy rested the bamboo handle against the side of the house, and proceeded to the kraal to collect the yoke oxen. A large wagon, of a sort that is the pride and property of every Cape farmer, stood to one side of the house. It was a vehicle of the first class, a regular cap tent wagon, that had been made for the field cornet in his better days, and in which he had been used to drive his wife and children to acure brightening face mask the nacht maal and upon vrolykheids parties of pleasure. In those days a team of eight fine horses used to draw it along at a rattling rate. Alas oxen had now to take their place for Von Bloom had but five horses in his whole stud, and these.nded up to an enormous figure in the markets of the world. In the early acure brightening face mask morning the clouds and the fog were swept away, and the sun came out. Christy found a hiding place on the other side of the creek, in a dense mass of bushes, where the boat was drawn out of the water. A spot which commanded a full view of the schooner had acure brightening face mask been selected, the boat was turned upside down so as to afford a shelter, and the weary unionists went to sleep, for they were not likely to be disturbed on this side of the creek. It was noon when they woke, and it looked as though something was going on at the vessel. About half a dozen negroes were to be seen on the deck load of cotton and a little later in the day, Colonel Passford and Lonley were observed talking together. But nothing was done that day, and the night came on. Christy was not satisfied with his information, and as soon as it was dark, the boat was launched, and the fugitives pulled over to the schooner. 331 Who s in dat boat shouted a negro, showing himself at the rail of the vessel. I am, replied Christy, rather indefinitely. Be you de new mate, sar demanded the man. I am, answered Christy, at a venture. We done wait free days for you, an Massa Lonley be mighty glad to see you. Where is Captain Lonley now asked the lieutenant. Stoppin wid Massa colonel. He done tole me to call him if de mate come. Dis nigger gwine to do dat, added the man. Stop a little, added Christy, as he climbed on board of the vessel, followed by Flint. How many acure brightening face mask men have you on board Six men wid de cook. Are these men sailors Dey all done work aboard a vessel, but dey ain diy face mask for oily skin t much sailors. All free niggers No, sar wish dey was. Where are the rest of the men In de fo castle, sar. De capin specks de mate come to night, an I reckon we s gwine walgreens face mask down de bay right off den. 332 Go and call the captain then, added Christy, as confidently as though he had stood on his own ground. The negro hastened away as fast as his legs would carry him, and in a few minutes Colonel Passford and Captain Lonley came on board. The latter seemed to be hung half face mask on wires, he was so active and even before he saluted the new mate, he called all hands and directed them to hoist the mainsail. I am glad to see you, Fetters, said the captain, extending his hand to him. I expected you yesterday. My business was such that I could not leave, replied Christy. It was very dark, and the captain did not recognize him. CHAPTER XXX THE PRIZE MASTER OF THE JUDITH The weather had been clear all day, with quite a fresh breeze, and the same conditions prevailed after dark. Colonel Passford seemed to have a gr.custs Domestic fowls, sheep, horses, and dogs, devour them with equal greediness. Still another strange fact the locusts eat one another If any one of them gets hurt, so as to impede his progress, the others immediately turn upon him and eat him up The Bushmen and other native races of Africa submit the locusts to a process of cookery before eating them and during the whole evening Swartboy had been engaged in preparing the bagful which he had collected. He cooked them thus He first boiled, or rather steamed them, for only a small quantity of water was put into the pot. This process lasted two hours. They were then taken out, and allowed to dry and after that shaken about in a pan, until all the legs and wings were broken off from the bodies. A winnowing process Swartboy s thick lips acting as a fan was next gone through and the legs and wings were thus got rid of. The locusts were then ready for eating. A little salt only was required to render them more palatable, when all present made trial of, and some of the children even liked them. By many, locusts prepared in this way are considered quite equal to shrimps Sometimes they are pounded when quite dry into a sort of meal, and with water added to them, are made into a kind of stir about. When well dried, they will keep for a long time and they frequently form the only store of food, which the poorer natives have to depend upon for a whole season. Among many tribes particularly among those who are not agricultural the coming of the locusts is a source of rejoicing. These people turn out with sacks, and often with pack oxen to collect and bring them to their villages and on such occasions vast heaps acure brightening face mask of them are accumulated and stored, in the same way as grain Conversing of these things the night passed on until it was time for going to bed. 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